1. Prescription of suboptimal statin treatment regimens: a retrospective cohort study of trends and variation in English primary care

    BJGP statins paper

    Categories

    • OpenPrescribing
  2. The NHS deserves better use of hospital medicines data

    Hospitals Data BMJ Paper

    Categories

    • OpenPrescribing
    • Policy Insights
  3. Bringing NHS data analysis into the 21st century

    JRSM Paper on NHS Analytics

    Categories

    • Open Working
    • Policy Insights
  4. Factors associated with COVID-19-related death using OpenSAFELY

    Working on behalf of NHS England, this paper used the OpenSAFELY platform to quantify a range of clinical risk factors for COVID-19-related death in the largest cohort study conducted by any country to date.

    Status
    Published

    Categories

    • OpenSAFELY
  5. Trends and variation in unsafe prescribing of methotrexate: a cohort study in English NHS primary care.

    Describing trends and geographical variation in methotrexate prescribing that breaches national safety recommendation

    Categories

    • OpenPrescribing
  6. Better use of data and digital offer rapid opportunities to address covid-19

    COVID-19 digital and data BMJ Blog

    Categories

    • Open Working
    • OpenPathology
    • OpenSAFELY
    • Policy Insights
  7. The poor performance of apps assessing skin cancer risk

    BMJ Skin apps paper

    Categories

    • Policy Insights
  8. Compliance with legal requirement to report clinical trial results on ClinicalTrials.gov: a cohort study

    Lancet FDAAA Paper

    Categories

    • Policy Insights
    • TrialsTracker
  9. Barriers to Working With National Health Service England's Open Data

    JMIR Barriers paper

    Categories

    • Open Working
    • Policy Insights
  10. Practice variation in the use of tests in UK primary care: a retrospective analysis of 16 million tests performed over 3.3 million patient years in 2015/16

    Tests in primary care paper

    Categories

    • OpenPathology
  11. Why researchers should share their analytic code

    BMJ Editorial

    Categories

    • Open Working
    • Policy Insights
    • Research Integrity
  12. FDAAA TrialsTracker: A live informatics tool to monitor compliance with FDA requirements to report clinical trial results

    FDAAA TrialsTracker Pre-Print

    Status
    Preprint

    Categories

    • Policy Insights
    • TrialsTracker
  13. Variation in responsiveness to warranted behaviour change among NHS clinicians: novel implementation of change detection methods in longitudinal prescribing data

    Determining how clinicians vary in their response to new guidance on existing or new interventions

    Categories

    • OpenPrescribing
  14. Personalised Medicine Using N-of-1 Trials: Overcoming Barriers to Delivery

    Paper about the importance of N-of-1 trials in healthcare

    Categories

    • TrialsTracker
  15. Catalogue of bias: publication bias.

    Reviewing causes of publication bias in medical literature

    Categories

    • Research Integrity
  16. Impact of Chief Medical Officer activity on prescribing of antibiotics in England: an interrupted time series analysis

    Determining if there was a measurable impact from the 5 year antimicrobial resistance strategy on overall antibiotic prescribing in NHS primary care in England.

    Categories

    • OpenPrescribing
  17. Is Use of Homeopathy Associated With Poor Prescribing in English Primary Care? A Cross-Sectional Study

    Prescribing of homeopathy still occurs in a small minority of English general practices. We hypothesised that practices that prescribe any homeopathic preparations might differ in their prescribing of other drugs.

    Categories

    • OpenPrescribing
  18. Optimising laboratory monitoring of chronic conditions in primary care: a quality improvement framework

    BMJ quality OpenPath paper

    Categories

    • OpenPathology